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We revived our volunteering programme when coronavirus restrictions permitted in March.

Between then and the end of the planting season, we managed to plant 20,550 trees with volunteers, on four different plant sites. Over 100 volunteers, aged 7 to 82, put spades in the ground, clocking up an astonishing 1,645 hours. We made new friendships, fortified old ones and saw some interesting spring weather. As a community, we quietly expressed our hope for a better, healthier, greener planet.

We will start tree planting again in early November. If you fancy getting involved, it could be the beginning of something beautiful. Please email us - hello@stumpupfortrees.org - and we'll take it from there.

What's involved?

If you want to get an idea of what a volunteer tree planting day comprises, please watch the wee film we made about a small plant on a farm near Abergavenny.

Something else?

If planting trees or scything bracken is not exactly your bag, perhaps you would like to help us out with something else – copywriting, IT, PR, devising our educational strategy, photography or social media?

If this is more appealing, please send your CV or a paragraph on your skills to hello@stumpupfortrees.org and flag up any areas that you are particularly interested in.

 

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